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. maybe that's a fire truck. i can't tell. emergency vehicles all through atlantic city right now. that's all we are seeing at first light. they are coming out to get a sense of how much damage has actually been done. i'm just going to scooch over here so you can still see me. the water is gone, soledad. there's a whole lot of vegetation from the ocean that is on the street. we're going to go over to the boardwalk, three-quarters of a mile from here and take a look. you can hear sirens in the air. chris christie and the mayor both said if you're in your houses you're going to have to wait till morning to get rescued. they weren't going out last night. we are hearing sirens, we are seeing ambulances. we'll get a better handle of what's happening in atlantic city now that the sun is up from emergency management services and get back to you with that. soledad? >> ali, we've definitely seen that across the board now that the sun is up, first light of day. we're starting to see some action where i am, too, on the lower east side of new york. appreciate the update. >>> we'll talk to the forme
has been hit very, very hard. how many folks do you have still in shelters? >> well, you know, first of all, i just want to say that you know, as i go around the city and my sentiments are the same, the sections of new jersey were hit so much harder than newark. really a devastating impact on entire neighborhoods, towns, displacing thousands. hundreds and hundreds of thousands without power. so our hearts and prayers are with our fellow new jerseyans as they deal with this difficult time. i've been in and out of our shelters a lot the last 24 hours. we've had hundreds of people coming in and going out. tonight we still have in our main shelter between 100 and 200 people. it's going to be a challenging time. we know we have difficulties ahead in newark. upstate right now is the worst crisis we've seen in a long time and all of us here are just praying as the challenges continue that families and communities are able to pull through. we just faced a very, very strong storm. i know here in the state of new jersey we are strong. >> many politicians, frankly, don't really want to talk abo
? the airline this morning now says they know the cause. >>> also a big health scare at a big city hospital. doctors are now rushing to try to trace the source of a deadly form of meningitis. hours before president obama and governor romney face off for the first time in prime time, you had heard from the romney camp earlier this morning. stephanie cutter, deputy manager from the obama campaign will join us to talk about their strategy. ac=u.lt'p/wlÑkñ0k9%"@n ♪ nope. [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft is so soft you'll have to remind your family they can use less. charmin ultra soft is made with extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. plus you can use four times less versus the leading value brand. don't worry, there's plenty left for you dad. we all go. why not enjoy the go with charmin ultra soft? i have a cold... i took dayquil, but i still have a runny nose. [ male announcer ] truth is, dayquil doesn't work on runny noses. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have an antihistamine. really? [ male announcer ] really. alka-seltzer plus cold and cough fights your worst col
of some of the massive flooding that is predicted. what can you tell me about that? sfwl first of all we want to let you know con edison handles electric, gas and steam for new york city and westchester county. we don't handle pennsylvania or the other tristate areas. we're just new york city and westchester county. what we're looking at right now is that we're paying attention to a lot of the low lying areas such as lower manhattan. we're paying attention to how high the sea water is coming. you have to remember a lot of the electrical cables that feed new york city are underground. that kind of sea water can really damage those cables. >> my apologies for the error. what happens if, in fact, you have to shut it down? as they're predicting, downtown, i know you know, may be an 11-foot storm surge. walk me through the potential scenario here. >> sure thing. what we have is storm ride rs. they are either people or cameras or another type of monitoring device that we watch how high the water is coming near our equipment throughout new york city but especially those low lying areas. if the
to see if she recovers. two days ago, doctors successfully removed a bullet that first hit her in the had head and then ended up in her lower neck. thursday, malala was transferred from a hospital in northwest pakistan to a leading military hospital in the garrison city of rawalpindi in islamabad. doctors are keeping a close eye on swelling of her brain, always a big concern after brain surgery. of course, the brain is housed in a bone. unlike other parts of the body, the swelling has simply nowhere else to go. that's why doctors say it's crucial to keep the swelling under control. they say the next one or two days will be critical in her recovery. in the meantime, the government of pakistan, under pressure to find the shooters who attacked malala. we're get iting a lot of conflicting accounts from top government officials, interior minister said thursday that they have identified the two gunmen and they will be arrested soon. the foreign minister telling cnn that 100 people have been detained for questioning, but on friday a police chief in the region saying that most of those detainees
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